Domino’s Pizza updated the company’s logo, Vimeo hosts composer and music sound designer Diego Stocco, graphic designer James Victore talks modern day design industry challenges, and LEGO celebrates its 80th birthday with an animated video.
Check out what’s new and inspiring in the graphic design and digital media industries this week:
Domino’s Pizza Changes its Logo
Domino’s Pizza has updated its logo, aiming to bring “the art and skill of pizza-making front and center,” according to the L.A. Times.
The new logo goes hand-in-hand with the company’s plan to revamp its eateries with comfortable lobby areas, open kitchens and other updates like “ordering kiosks and boards that track to-go orders electronically.”
The hope for the “simple, visually striking logo” is to “reach the point where we’re as recognized as the Nike swoosh or the Golden Arches,” said Chief Marketing Officer Russell Weiner.
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LEGO Turns 80, Launches Animated Film
Do you know where LEGO got its start? Celebrating its 80th year anniversary, LEGO developed this charming 17-minute animated short film about the toy company megabrand’s history.
Information discovered first on Juxtapoz.com.
Vimeo Hosts Sound Designer Diego Stocco
Composer and music sound designer Diego Stocco, a regular guest lecturer for Digital Media Students at FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, recently presented his innovative approach to music making at Vimeo Festival + Awards. Watch Stocco’s auditory-focused workshop in the video below:
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Victore’s porftolio includes design work for clients such as Moet & Chandon, Aveda, Esquire and TIME Magazines, Yohji Yamamoto, Bobbi Brown cosmetics, and The New York Times. His design awards include an Emmy for television animation, Gold and Silver Medals from the New York Art Director’s Club; and he has become widely known his impassioned views about design and its place in the world, particularly via his YouTube channel and ongoing lectures and workshops.
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